11 comments on “The Pumpkin Eater by Penelope Mortimer | Book Review

  1. Not heard of this one before…. looks like an interesting read. I know what you mean about offensive/outdated language, can be a problem in classics… they can only be seen in context and as of historical value but they can still sour one’s reading experience.

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  3. I’m reading along, perfectly interested in your review, when all of a sudden I see your Tweet stream on the right side of the screen say, “I’M AN UNCLE” and then I couldn’t focus anymore. Congratulations on bebe! Nieces and nephews are the best, but it’s also SUPER uncanny how you will see them do, think, and feel things that are JUST LIKE YOU AND NOT THEIR PARENTS.

  4. This sounds interesting, if unfortunately flawed. It’s interesting how a book like this seems like it definitely fits with its original time but also sort of sounds like it could fit in with books being written today.

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